The United Nation’s 2006 report “Livestock’s Long Shadow” is regularly cited by anti-agriculture groups blaming climate change on meat production. But one of the authors of the report has finally admitted that the report exaggerates the contribution of livestock production to greenhouse gas emissions, according to an article in the
The admission follows a report this week from Dr Frank Mitloehner, from the
The report then concluded that livestock production contributes more greenhouse gasses than transportation, a notion that seemed silly to all but the anti-meat activists who chant the results like a mantra. Read the Telegraph article.